Springs Residents Call for Help From Fire District - 27 East

Springs Residents Call for Help From Fire District

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The Springs Fire District's existing tower on Fort Pond Boulevard, as seen from Talmage Farm Lane.

The Springs Fire District's existing tower on Fort Pond Boulevard, as seen from Talmage Farm Lane.

The Springs CAC said it would support the district erecting a

The Springs CAC said it would support the district erecting a "stealth" tower like the one on the property now that conceals cellular antennas within its steel structure. It does not conceal osprey nests.

authorMichael Wright on Oct 4, 2022
Springs residents are calling on the commissioners of the Springs Fire District to shift the focus of their efforts to get a communications tower legalized on their Fort Pond Boulevard... more

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